Jaws of death: how the canine teeth of carnivorous mammals evolved to make them super-killers
By Tahlia Pollock, PhD candidate, Monash University
Alistair Evans, Associate Professor, Monash University
David Hocking, Adjunct Research Associate, Monash University
The researchers found tooth shape varied, depending on the types of food a carnivore regularly bites into – in much the same way we choose a kitchen knife depending on what we’re cutting up.
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- Wednesday, September 15, 2021